Pupils from Oak Bank School in Leighton Buzzard spent hours making posters and bunting, baking cakes, and delivering invites to make their Macmillan coffee morning extra special.
Year 10 students Connor Harrison, 14, George Wadsworth,11, Kieran Jays, 13, and 12-year-old Alfie Devlin were the key organisers in transforming the school dining room into a French style café to help to raise over £160 for the cause.
They will also donate remaining cakes to two of the town’s residential homes for the elderly.
Teacher at the Sandy Lane school, Charlie Warby, said: “A number of pupils have been extremely busy preparing for the world’s greatest coffee morning in aid of Macmillan.
“The room was buzzing with excitement as the students served local residents, governors, staff and pupils with tea, coffee and a range of delicious homemade cakes.
“The morning was a fantastic success raising over £160 for this well deserved charity.”